Research Highlights

Baby Steps: Researcher’s New Book Examines Role of Infants in Modernizing American Society

Baby Steps: Researcher’s New Book Examines Role of Infants in Modernizing American Society

By Tom McLaughlin The 20th century saw revolutions in scientific medicine, consumer culture, and social welfare, and in the understanding of human development and potential, explains Janet Golden. And while many intellectual thinkers, scientists, and industrial innovators helped to lead America into this new age, says the professor of history at Rutgers University–Camden, credit also […]

Rutgers–Camden Business Professor Receives Bright Idea Award

Rutgers–Camden Business Professor Receives Bright Idea Award

David Dwertmann was honored for his research on whether disability status influences the relationship quality between supervisors and their employees.

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New Physics Labs Offer Greater Learning and Research Opportunities

New Physics Labs Offer Greater Learning and Research Opportunities

Three new state-of-the-art physics labs offer students and faculty access to equipment such as a high-powered microscope and laser systems.

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Insomnia Linked to Alcohol-Use Frequency Among Early Adolescents, Says New Psychology Study

Insomnia Linked to Alcohol-Use Frequency Among Early Adolescents, Says New Psychology Study

By Tom McLaughlin Insomnia is linked to frequency of alcohol use among early adolescents, according to new Rutgers University–Camden research. “Parents, educators, and therapists should consider insomnia to be a risk marker for alcohol use, and alcohol use a risk marker for insomnia, among early adolescents,” writes Rutgers–Camden researcher Naomi Marmorstein in the study, published […]

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Moving Forward After Nationalist and Populist Movements

Moving Forward After Nationalist and Populist Movements

Research by two Rutgers Law School professors traces the economic and cultural roots of populist and nationalist movements in the U.S. and Europe

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